FRONT.design Ambassador Neill Johanson of Davenport Campbell speaks about placemaking, ergonomics and the role of technology in informing the future of workspace design.
Sydney’s newest co-working hub, Space&Co. shows how agile work practices can drive design thinking.
As offices change, furniture and spatial design must change with them. With this in mind, Blå Station has created the customizable and functional BOB Job sofa system.
From agile, to the latest tech advancements and a complementary design approach – hear from design leaders at Orgatec 2018 as they share workplace insights while on the Wilkhahn stand.
The conversation about technology in commercial and hospitality spaces is only just getting started. Here are the key terms you need to get involved with this critical point in design history.
Find out how Gray Puksand’s recently revamped Melbourne studio is geared up for its progressive and agile workforce. Sandra Tan investigates agile working first-hand as she takes up residence in a variety of architecture practices for a series of stories.
Typically the domain of entire office spaces, the idea of ‘agile working’ is condensed into a single table with Schiavello’s new furniture collaboration.
Agile workspace design is a term thrown around a lot – but when it’s done well it can truly transform a space into a productive and charming workplace.
Taking place in Sydney, WORKTECH will tackle all the big questions around the workplace and how design is set to play a major role.
Mazda has opened an enormous showroom in Campbelltown NSW and no expense has been spared in creating a beautiful, comfortable experience for its customers.
This global science-led pharmaceutical company has adopted agile thinking for their new Sydney base, designed by Futurespace.
In a world where technology and the ‘digiratti’ rule all, we all seem to have a strong need for making close online communities with the world at large – but how is this translating to the physical workplace, and by extension, their design? As with the new Jemena Melbourne HQ by Woods Bagot, is it possible to create a sense of familiarity in a space with five levels and 800+ people?